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International Students
International Summer Campus
KOREA UNIVERSITY
June 26 – August 4, 2006


Orientation Guide

Institute of International Education

Room 126, International Studies Hall (GSIS Building)

Phone: 3290-1595/1596/1590 Fax: 02-921-0684

Please remember the deadlines for your successful summer!
Last day to drop/add courses

Friday, June 30th 2006
Day Trips Deadline

Every Monday by 12 (noon)
Last day to hand-in Credit Transfer form

Monday, July 30th 2006
Check Your Final Grade from August 4th – 10th

**Students must complete each class evaluation survey and the program survey in order to view their final grades.


Institute of International Education

Room 126, International Studies Hall (GSIS Building)

Phone: 3290-1595/1596/1590 Fax: 02-921-0684

Contents


I. Introduction & Overview 3

Welcome


Korea University

Institute of International Education

International Summer Campus
II. International Summer Campus 4

Overview


Courses

Certificate Tracks

Academic Policy

Use of Library - Resources


III. Arrival 7

Pre Departure

Arrival
IV. Registration & Orientation 8

Registration Day Procedures

ISC 2006 Orientation Schedule
V. Accommodations 10

Dormitory Regulations (International House)

Meals

Phone Calls



Laundry
VI. Korea University Facilities 12
VII. Daily Life 13

Eating


Finances

General Information

Transportation

Medical


Shopping

Seoul City Attractions



Useful Online Sources

I

INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
Welcome
Welcome to Korea University's Institute of International Education. This handbook was created in order to make your orientation to Korea University, its Institute of International Education and the International Summer Campus a little easier. Inside you will find policies, procedures, living arrangements and miscellaneous information concerning your stay in Korea.
Korea University
Originally founded as Bosung College in 1905, Korea University (KU) is widely acknowledged as one of the three “Ivy League” universities in Korea. KU offers a rich variety of courses in liberal arts and science as well as in all professional fields including law, medicine, and business administration. The three KU campuses cover over 182 acres and are home to more than 31,700 students from all over the nation and the world. Anam campus (the main campus and your teaching location) is located in Anam-Dong (Anam Ward), Seongbuk-ku (Seongbuk District) Seoul. Ten minutes away on foot is the Science campus. The third campus is located at Seo-Chang, 140km south of Seoul. The IIE is located on the Anam campus. The students of KU are among the nation’s brightest and KU has an excellent academic reputation.
More information about KU can be found at: http://iie.korea.ac.kr/koreauniversity/ku.php

The Institute of International Education (IIE)
The Institute of International Education, located in Room 126 on the first floor of the International Studies Hall, was established in 2003 as part of Korea University’s accelerated drive to enhance its role not only as one of not only Asia’s but also the world’s elite universities. The Institute is the administrative body for the International Summer Campus program and is responsible for your stay at KU.
IIE Administration


Title

Name

Room

Telephone

Email

Dean

Dr. JaeHo Yeom




3290-2277

jhyeom@korea.ac.kr

Associate Dean

Dr. Sunhyuk Kim

318 (Poli Sci)

3290-2283

sunhyukk@korea.ac.kr

Team Leader

Mr. Seok Hyoung Lee

126

3290-1590

stevelee@korea.ac.kr

Program Manager

Ms. Jennifer Kim

126

3290-1596

jenni_kim@korea.ac.kr

Planning Manager

Mr. Jong Guen Kim

126

3290-1595

jk1004@korea.ac.kr

The Korea University area code is 3290. Dial 9 to call outside Korea University.
Inquiries for students
Institute of International Education’s Mobile Office (Branch) located at LG-Posco Business Hall (Room 201 Career Center)
More information about the IIE can be found at: http://iie.korea.ac.kr
International Summer Campus (ISC)
The International Summer Campus is designed to be an annual interdisciplinary program integrating both international and Korean perspectives and teaching methodologies. The presence of internationally renowned faculty from diverse fields offers an excellent opportunity for both faculty and students alike to participate in an intellectually dynamic environment. Specific course listings and tracks are given in Section II: International Summer Campus Programs (see below)
II

INTERNATIONAL SUMMER CAMPUS PROGRAMS

Overview
The International Summer Campus (ISC) offers students the opportunity to experience courses taught by an international faculty in English. By participating in the program, Korean students will broaden their educational experience and have a stronger appreciation for international studies. The ISC offers a range of 80 to 90 courses in seven academic areas: Economics and Business, Law, Politics and International Relations, Sociology and Cultural Studies, Humanities, Korean Studies, Korean language and Science. Students may take up to three courses.
The courses form components of specific tracks (essentially a mini-program). Students successfully completing three courses in a designated track may obtain a certificate in that track. Students may also propose their own individualized track, subject to approval by the IIE Administration. Students wishing to design their own track should speak to Ms. Jennifer Kim in room 126 in the International Studies Hall.
Inquiries
If you have any questions concerning the program during your lecture times at LG-Posco, please visit the Institute of International Education’s Mobile Office (Branch) located at LG-Posco Business Hall (Room 201 Career Center) instead of going to the headquarters at the International Studies Hall (Room 126).

Courses
Economics and Business

IIE104 Business Calculus

IIE201 Korean Economy & Business in the Globalizing World

IIE202 Introduction to Micro-Economics

IIE203 Introduction to Macro-Economics

IIE204 Principles of Financial Accounting

IIE205 Leadership Communication

IIE206 Games and Information

IIE207 Statistics

IIE208 Comparative Asian Economics

IIE209 Introduction to Financial Management

IIE210 Introduction to Management

IIE211 Managerial Accounting

IIE301 Money and Banking

IIE302 International Trade and Finance

IIE305 Global Financial Management

IIE306 International Marketing

IIE309 Organizational Behavior

IIE311Global Leadership and Management

IIE313 Internet Economics

IIE316 Intermediate Microeconomics

IIE318 International Economic Cooperation

IIE320 Econometrics


Humanities

IIE261 World Religions

IIE265 Understanding East Asian Civilization

IIE266 Introduction to Philosophy

IIE268 World History

IIE270 Language, Culture & Thought

IIE271 Introduction to American Cinema

IIE366 Developmental Psychology

IIE367 History of the US

IIE370 Cross Cultural Psychology

IIE386 Understanding East Asian Civilization


Korean Studies

IIE201 Korean Economy & Business in the Globalizing World

IIE209 The Korean War

IIE262 Korea Philosophy

IIE281 Contemporary Korean Society

IIE282 Mass Media and Popular Culture in Korea

IIE283 Korean Cinema and Visual Culture

IIE284 Pre-Modern History of Korea

IIE287 Modern History of Korea

IIE288 Survey of Korea Art History

IIE289 Performing Arts in Korea

IIE331 Politics and Foreign Policy of Korea

IIE341 Korean Americans: Adjustment & Adaptation

IIE381 Religions of Korea

IIE382 Korea-US Relations: Changes & Continuities

IIE383 Korean Literature & Culture





Sociology and Cultural Studies

IIE141 Introduction to Sociology

IIE241 Gender & Society

IIE242 Social Change & Future

IIE244 Sociology of Contemporary Culture

IIE246 Entrepreneurship & Innovation

IIE361 Science & Society


Law, Politics and International Relations

IIE229 The Korean War

IIE321 International Political Economy

IIE323 International Security

IIE324 World Trade Law & Korea

IIE330 Introduction to U.S. Legal System

IIE331 Politics & Foreign Policy of Korea

IIE332 Human Resources Management

IIE334 Comparative Politics

IIE335 International Organization

IIE336 Bureaucracy and Public Policy in the United States

IIE337 Introduction to American Politics





Science

IIE101 Calculus I

IIE102 Introductory Physics I

IIE103 General Biology I

IIE104 Business Calculus

IIE105 Introductory Life Science

IIE107 General Chemistry I


Korean Language

IKL 211 Beginning Korean I

IKL 213 Beginning Korean II

IKL 311 Intermediate Korean I

IKL 313 Intermediate Korean II

IKL 411 Advanced Korean I

IKL 413 Advanced Korean II



Timetable for ISC 2006

9:00-10:40 a.m.

IIE104 Business Calculus

IIE107 General ChemistryⅠ

IIE141 Introduction to Sociology

IIE201 Korean Economy and Business in the Globalizing World

IIE202 Introduction to Microeconomics

IIE204 Principles of Financial Accounting

IIE208 Comparative Asian Economics

IIE229 Korean War

IIE261 World Religions

IIE262 Introduction to Korean Philosophy

IIE270 Language, Culture and Thought

IIE282 Mass Media and Popular Culture in Korea

IIE288 Korean Art History

IIE309 Organizational Behavior

IIE316 Intermediate Microeconomics

IIE320 Econometrics

IIE321 International Political Economy

IIE336 Bureaucracy and Public Policy in the United States

IIE366 Developmental Psychology






10:50-12:30

IIE103 General Biology I

IIE203 Introduction to Macroeconomics

IIE209 Introduction to Financial Management

IIE211 Managerial Accounting

IIE241 Gender and Society

IIE265 Introduction to Psychology

IIE268 World History

IIE281 Contemporary Korean Society

IIE284 Pre-Modern History of Korea

IIE302 International Trade & Finance

IIE306 International Marketing

IIE311 Global Leadership and Management

IIE313 Internet Economics

IIE324 World Trade Law and Korea

IIE331 Politics and Foreign Policy of Korea

IIE337 Introduction to American Politics

IIE341 Korean Americans: Studies In Cultural Assimilation

IIE381 Religions of Korea


1:00-2:40 pm

IIE101 Calculus I

IIE105 Introductory Life Science

IIE206 Games and Information

IIE207 Statistics

IIE242 Social Change and Future

IIE246 Entrepreneurship and Innovation

IIE266 Introduction to Philosophy

IIE283 Korean Cinema and Visual Culture

IIE289 Performing Arts in Korea

IIE301 Money and Banking

IIE305 Global Financial Management

IIE323 International Security

IIE325 Human Resource Management

IIE330 Introduction to US legal system

IIE334 Comparative Politics

IIE342 Social Theory

IIE367 History of the US

IIE370 Cross Cultural Psychology

IIE383 Korean Literature and Culture






2:50-4:30 pm

IIE102 Introductory PhysicsⅠ

IIE205 Leadership Communication

IIE210 Introduction to Management

IIE244 Sociology of Contemporary Culture

IIE271 Introduction to American Cinema

IIE287 Modern History of Korea

IIE318 International Economic Cooperation

IIE335 International Organization

IIE361 Science and Society

IIE382 Korea-US Relations : Changes and Continuities

IIE386 Understanding East Asian Civilization





2:50-5:00 pm

IKL211 Beginning Korean I

IKL213 Beginning Korean II

IKL311 Intermediate Korean I

IKL313 Intermediate Korean II

IKL411 Advanced Korean I

IKL413 Advanced Korean II

Certificate Tracks
Economics and Business

Law, Politics and International Relations

Sociology and Cultural Studies

Humanities

Korean Studies

Korean Language

Korean Economy and Business

East Asian Economy and Business

International Politics and Global Economy

Korean Society and Culture

Self-Designed Tracks

Academic Policy
Course Load
Students are allowed a course load of a maximum of nine. Although to some this may appear like a light load you should keep in mind that ISC is a six-week session and is equivalent in credit hours to a 16-week semester. Also, you will probably be involved in many extracurricular activities like the Cultural Workshops, field trips, and language exchange. Please choose your courses with this in mind.


Grading & Attendance Policies
Student academic performance is assessed according to four different criteria: exams, assignments, attendance, and class participation. Korea University's academic regulations state that class attendance of at least 70% is required to earn a passing grade. Generally, course performance is graded on the following 100-point scale:


95-100 A+ 90-94 A

85-89 B+ 80-84 B

75-79 C+ 70-74 C

65-69 D+ 60-64 D

59-0 F


Add/Drop Procedures
Students are allowed to drop and add courses only during the following designated period:
June 27 – June30 (Until 5pm)

Please log in to your online application form at http://iie.korea.ac.kr -> Application form-> Change your course information.

However, dropping and adding courses is generally advised against during ISC because of its short duration. Since the courses are condensed, adding another course in the middle of the ISC Program results in a substantial amount of missed material covered in the class added.


You should carefully check their course registration confirmation form for any mistakes and to see what classes you are officially registered to take.

Note: If you did not originally take the Korean language placement test, you may not add a Korean language course.
Transcripts
Please fill in credit transfer request form on the last week of the program if you would like your transcript to be sent to your home institution. Make sure you have provided correct information. *** forms will be available at the last week of the program.
Dismissal
Students engaging in academic misconduct, such as but not limited to cheating or plagiarism, are subject to dismissal from the program. Students may also be dismissed for behavior that tarnishes or undermines the integrity or reputation of the program, such as criminal or dishonorable behavior.

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